Book Review – The Anatomy of Jane (WJM #1) by Amelia LeFay





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Amelia LeFay is a character of my own imagination. She’s a single woman in her mid twenties in love with sex. Dirty sex, rough sex, sex of any type. She’s not a whore or a slut. She believes a woman should be aloud to sexually express herself anyway she wishes.

She stands for Gay Rights, Women’s Rights, the rights of Minorities, and Environmental protection.

She can be a bitch but doesn’t think there is anything wrong with that.

She has uneven boobs, stretch marks on her ass, astigmatism, and thighs that rub together as she walks. (Which means no pair of jeans last as long as she wishes they would.)

But most importantly Amelia is a Dreamer…she has dreams so big it scares even her, because if she fails…if she can’t make it…she feels like nothing.



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The Anatomy of Jane

(WJM #1)



Published May 31st 2016

Genre: Bisexual Romance



I’ve always been on my own. My life used to consist of nothing but work, keeping Allen out of trouble, and if I had time, sleep. Then I became their maid.


Every day more than half a million people tune in to watch my show. They trust me. I know it’s because I’m the only son of the prominent Emerson family. However, I like to believe it because I’m honest no matter what story I report on. I’m honest about everything but the man I’ve been f**king for the last four years… and now her.


First I want three things: First Maxwell Emerson and Jane Chapman both in my bed. Second, to be the best bloody chef in the country. Third, to figure out how to simultaneously get the first and second things I want without any of us getting hurt.






HOLY MOLY – this book!!!!!!!!

I’m speechless. Just utterly speechless.

This book was AMAZING! It had everything I like about a raunchy MMF novel. Yes, you read correctly – it’s MMF – the real deal!!!

For me, the only triangle relationships that work or feel as close to real are the ones that have a bisexual male couple in it. The guys have to be into the woman as much as they are into each other. For me, that’s the only way it can be balanced. Otherwise it doesn’t feel complete – something is always missing. And with the HUGE MM craze going on – finding some real awesome and sexy MMF novels shouldn’t be so hard. But sadly it is!!

When I read the blurb of The Anatomy of Jane I was 100% caught – hook, line and sinker. But when I started reading the book – there was no more going back! I loved it!! Not only the plot, which was as fantastic as the blurb promised, no – the characters were what I loved the most.

Maxwell, Jane and Wesley were PERFECTION!!! 

Max, was a rich asshole, grouchy, alpha and always in control.

Wesley, a cocky brit, successful, a god in the kitchen, arrogant and very much in love with Max.

Jane, sassy and feisty, down to earth, unrestrained, adventurous, and fiercely independent.

These three people fit so perfectly together it made my heart soar. I adored their banter, their sexual exploits, I loved pretty much anything involving those three. They were perfect together.

The guys were as swoony as a guy can be. Max and Wesley together made my heart go all crazy. I love M/M stories, so reading about their relationship was wonderfully satisfying, adding Jane to the mix and it just became MORE.

The Anatomy of Jane was sexy as can be, but it was also way more than that. It was sweet, emotionally touching, funny and poignant – it was perfect!!

I would recommend this book to anyone that loves raunchy and sexy triangle stories with a thrilling dose of M/M. You won’t regret it!!! 

Now, I need to mention something because it could be a problem for some readers. I read an ebook copy from my library. The author mentioned that she edited the older version, so I’m not sure which version I read, because it didn’t feel like mine was properly edited. The problem was not misspelled words –  no, entire words were missing or their places were switched.  So maybe if you buy the Amazon version it will be the edited. 

Also, the book ended in a cliffhanger of sorts. And the only reason I’m not upset about it is that I already have book 2 downloaded on my kindle – YAY!!!!!




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10 thoughts on “Book Review – The Anatomy of Jane (WJM #1) by Amelia LeFay

  1. Aside from the missing words, how was the writing and pacing of the story? I’ve only fully read 1 M/M/F book, and I’m in the middle of my second, but both books have the same issues: low-quality writing and super fast pacing. I’d love to get my hands on a book like this that doesn’t sacrifice quality for steaminess!

    Great review! Thanks!

    1. May I ask what other two MMF books you’ve read so far? Anatomy was her debut novel, maybe not what you are looking for. I loved the banter and characters the most. I had the feeling it was fast paced, but on the other hand I didn’t feel anything was missing. But I’m also not someone that cares about these things, if it captivates me, is entertaining, and I fall in love with the characters – I’m a pretty happy reader. Have you read Sugar Daddies by Jade West yet? Her books are fantastic, not only in steaminess but also about the backstories and overall depth of the plot.

      1. I’ve only finished Illicit by Opal Crew and I gave up on Sapphire by JA Low. I look for a lot of the same things you mentioned, and while I don’t require a book to check all the boxes on my list in order for me to enjoy it, if enough of the things I am looking for are lacking, it’s hard for me to get through it – especially when I have a huge pile of books waiting to be read LOL! That’s basically what happened with Ilicit and Sapphire, the good didn’t outweigh the bad.

        I have not read Sugar Daddies, but I’ll go take a peek at that one and add it to my shelf! Thanks 🙂

        1. Bree, I don’t know any of two you mentioned. Jade West is an established writer, I love her writing, I would definitely recommend her. If you can get Anatomy from the library – try it! I’ll be checking out the two books you mentioned. Want to see if I have the same problems with it.;-)

          1. I’ll be interested to see your thoughts and I plan on grabbing this book and the other you mentioned 🙂 We can convene afterward LOL!

  2. Oh I am SOLD! I love a good MMF novel so much more interesting than a standard MF.

    I was also going to add why are the Brits always cocky in these novels? Then realised that we are quite cocky so I answered my own question! 😂

  3. This sounds great. You really need to have a group of characters that jive with each other to pull this off. I find MMF a hit or miss with me because the author can either pull it off or they can’t. I’ll have to give this one a shot since you loved it so much.

    1. Right??? The characters carry the book. If they don’t click and make it believable – nothing will. I loved it!!! Let me know if you liked them.

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